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COPY REGULATION OF STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT NUMBER 13 OF 2009 ON EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD OF IMMOBILE SOURCES FOR OIL AND

NATURAL GAS BUSINESS AND/OR ACTIVITY

THE STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT,

Considering : a. that in the framework of conservation of environment accommodating capacity, it is necessary to make efforts of

controlling activities pollution; b. that oil and

businesses causing

and/or environment

natural

gas

business

and/or activity are potential to cause environment pollution, therefore it is necessary to control the emission

disposed into air; c. that in consideration referred to in letter a and letter b, and to

implement the provisions of Article 8 paragraph (1) of Government Regulation Number 41 of 1999 on Air Pollution

Control, it is necessary to stipulate Regulation Environment of the on State Minister of

Emission

Quality

1

Standard of Immobile Sources For Oil and Natural Gas Business and/or

Activity;

In view of

: 1. Law Number 23 of 1997 on Environment Management Republic 1997, the of (Statute Indonesia to Book of 68 Book the of of

Number

Supplement Republic of

Statute Indonesia

Number

3699); 2. Law Number Gas of 22 of 2001 on Book Number Oil of 136 Book and the of of

Natural Republic 2001, the

(Statute Indonesia to

Supplement Republic of

Statute Indonesia

Number

4152); 3. Law Number 32 of 2004 on Regional (Statute Indonesia to of

Government Book Number Statute Indonesia of the 125

Administration Republic of 2004, of the 4437) of

Supplement Republic as

Book

Number

lastly

amended by Law Number 12 of 2008 on Second Amendment to Law Number 32 of 2004 on Regional (Statute Government Book Number of 59 the of

Administration Republic of

Indonesia

2

2008, the

Supplement Republic of

to

Statute Indonesia

Book

of

Number

4844); 4. Government 1999 on Regulation Analysis Number on 27 of

Environment

Impacts (Statute Book of the Republic of Indonesia to Number Statute 59 of of 1999, the

Supplement

Book

Republic of Indonesia Number 3838); 5. Government Regulation Number 41 of

1999 on Air Pollution Control (Statute Book Number Statute of the 68 of Republic 1999, of the of Indonesia to of

Supplement Republic

Book

Indonesia Number 3853);

HAS DECIDED:

To lay down : REGULATION

OF

STATE

MINISTER

OF

ENVIRONMENT ON EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD OF IMMOBILE SOURCES FOR OIL AND NATURAL GAS BUSINESS AND/OR ACTIVITY.

Article 1

That which is meant in this Minister’s Regulation by:

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1. Crude oil is the result of natural process in the form of hydrocarbon which, in the condition of

atmosphere compression and temperature in the form of liquid or solid phase, including asphalt, mineral wax or ozokerit and bitumen obtained from mining process, but not including coal or other hydrocarbon deposit in solid form obtained from activities not relating to oil and natural gas business activity.

2. Natural gas is the result of natural process in the form of hydrocarbon which, in the condition of

atmosphere compression and temperature is in the form of gas phase obtained from the process of oil and natural gas mining.

3. Exploration and production activities are activities intended to obtain information on geological

condition in order to find and obtain the estimated oil and natural gas reserve from the designated work area and to produce oil and natural gas from the designated work area, consisting of well drilling and completion, and development of transportation, for storing and

processing

facilities

separation

purification of oil and natural gas in the field and any other supporting activities.

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4. Processing parts, added

is

an

activity quality

of

refining, increasing

obtaining the value not

improving of crude

and

oil

and/or

natural

gas,

but

including field processing.

5. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) activity is an activity of processing process natural to the gas into low liquid phase by at

cooling

very

temperature

atmosphere compression.

6. Oil and gas transport activities are activities of transferring crude oil, natural gas and/or their

processed products from the work area or retaining and processing place, including transportation of

natural gas by transmission and distribution pipe.

7. Oil and gas storing activities refer to activities of receiving, collecting, retaining and release of crude oil and/or natural gas.

8. Oil and gas commercial activities refer to activities of purchase, sale, export, import of crude oil and/or its processed products, including natural gas trade by pipe.

9. Emission business

quality and or

standard activity

of

oil

and to

natural limit

gas of

refers

the

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6 . 13. except the gas is burnt for sulfur processing.maximum emission content allowed of to oil and or natural to be gas activity into enter entered ambient air. Key parameter is the parameter set as the quality standard according to the characteristics of emission source. Factor of oxygen correction is the correction of calculation made on the result of measuring into a result of corrected emission calculation on the corrected concentration of oxygen so prescribed. Emission source of combustion process is an emission source producing emission from exothermic reaction between fuel and oxygen. 10. Measuring method of emission load is calculating the emission load based on continuous measuring of concentration and flow of gas from emission source. Calculation method of emission load is calculating the emission load based on the activity data obtained by calculating the system and other additional parameters obtained from laboratory measurement or standard factors. 12. 14. 11.

including process of material decomposition by thermal method and forming of materials used as the raw materials of production process. Venting is the and release of hydrocarbon or gasses intentionally continuously non-continuously 7 . Fugitive emission source refers to emission technically unable to go through stack. 19. 18. ventilation or any other emission disposing system equal thereto. 20. Production process emission source is an emission source producing emission other than from combustion process resulting from intentional or unintentional reactions between materials (compounds) or their changes. either vertical or horizontal. 17. 16. Boiler or steam generator or process heater or heat treater is an equipment using liquid or gas fuel having the function of producing hot water and/or steam and/or for requirement of transferring other energy. Flaring is continuous or non-continuous combustion of gasses produced by oil and gas operational activities in stationary stack.15. Sulfur catching unit is a process unit for processing gas pollutant containing sulfur converted into any other products.

Glycol Dehydrator Vent is a release system of hydrocarbon and steam emitted into atmosphere from fluid drying system to separate water from gas or natural liquid gas. 25. 21. not including associated liquid in soil incinerator and flaring in order to train fire unit.produced from oil and gas operational activities. Sulfur Thermal Oxidizer or acid gas incinerator is a process unit for processing gas pollutant containing sulfur by heat oxidation or incineration. Gas turbine is a machine having liquid or gas fuel using gas flow for propelling turbine strips consisting of compressor. Open Burning is intentional burning of liquid or solid material containing hydrocarbon in open pit. 22. drum or container. Internal Combustion Engine or flaring motor is a machine having fluid or gas fuel that changes heat energy into mechanical energy by using reciprocal machine by spark ignition or compression ignition. namely from fluid separation process into open air through stationary stack. burner and power generating turbine. 8 . 23. 24.

Boil off gas is emission of methane gas from LNG caused by ambient air heat and change of barometric compression. 29. 27. oil steam and water steam as propelling material. including regeneration of combustion air blower. 31. Burn-off coke is charcoal separated from the surface of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit by combustion process in catalyst regenerator.26. 9 . Sweetening Unit is a process unit separating H2S and/or CO2 from sour natural gas flow. Claus Sulfur Recovery Plant is a process unit taking back sulfur from hydrogen sulfide by a reaction of steam phase catalyst from sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. coke in and which catalyst regeneration or contact material occurs. Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Catalyst Regenerator is one or more regenerators constituting a part of fluid catalytic process of cracking burn-off unit. 30. Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit is a process of oil cracking by using fine catalytic grains flowing continuously between reactor and regenerator by using air. 28.

close based to on the stack therein sampling excluding from the individual 33. start-up. environment damage. is passed. hereinafter referred determine parameter to the or as CEMS. Normal condition refers to operational condition according to operation design parameter. used in-site in stack or by extraction using a gauge installed measurement stack. 10 . covering upset the or condition malfunction.32. 35. loss of properties. is of by a system of intended an to quantity flow rate content emission periodical measurement. Abnormal condition refers to operational condition beyond normal operation parameter and still controllable against the abnormal equipment system or process so that the emission quality standard of oil and natural gas at activity shutdown. which could cause human mortality. Emergency is an occurrence or a series of occurrences threatening and disturbing the life and living of workers and or community caused by air pollution from oil and natural gas activity and or business. Continuous Emission Measurement System. and psychological impacts. 34.

oil processing unit. and d. Emergency response is a series of activities conducted immediately at the time of occurrence of emergency of air pollution control to handle any arising bad impacts. transportation. 37.36. management of refugees. fulfillment of basic requirements. Minister is the minister coordinating government affairs in environment management. properties. b. LNG refinery. Article 2 Emission quality standard of immobile sources for oil and natural gas business and/or activity herein regulated includes emission quality standard of immobile sources for business and/or activity of: a. natural gas. protection. covering activities of saving and evacuating victims. Article 3 (1) Emission of oil and natural gas exploration and storing and trading of oil and production activities as referred to in Article 2 letter A is originating from: 11 . c. infrastructures securing and recovering. exploration and production of oil and natural gas.

steam generator. compressor. boiler. from sulfur sulfur catching thermal oxidation unit or acid gas incinerator. equipments leakage and from their components. and casing head (2) Emission of oil processing unit as referred to in Article 2 letter b is originating from: a. combustion process covering emission sources from internal combustion engine. production sweetening process unit. flange. process heater. and glycol dehydration release unit. and flare. steam generator. and c. b. gas turbine. covering emission unit. production drain process / blowdown. pump. pressure release instrument. and flare. b. gas turbine. production process covering emission from fluid catalytic cracking unit catalyst regenerator. process heater. emission from storage tank and waste water test. treatment installation. 12 . boiler.a. fugitive covering emission caused by leakage of valve. heat treater. combustion process covering emission from internal combustion engine.

pump. boiler. b. sulfur catching activity. and c. gas turbine. 13 . and c. process heater and flare. pressure release instrument. equipments from leakage and their tank from production and process emission treatment components. fugitive covering emission caused by leakage of valve. waste storage and water installation. compressor. (3) Emission of LNG refinery business and / or activity as referred to in Article 2 letter c is originating from: a. flange. combustion process covering emission from internal combustion engine. production process covering emission from boil off gas and acid gas incinerator. pressure release instrument. fugitive covering emission caused by leakage of valve.emission from decoking process. and claus sulfur recovery plant. equipments from leakage and their tank from production and process emission treatment components. pump. flange. steam generator. waste storage and water installation. compressor.

combustion engine. and process from internal combustion b. the quality standard of emission originating from production process as specified in Attachment II constituting an integral and inseparable part of this Minister’s Regulation.(4) Emission of transportation. flange. Article 4 (1) The quality standard of emission for oil and natural gas business and / or activity regulated herein covers: a. waste storage and water installation. b. the quality standard of emission originating from combustion process as specified in Attachment I constituting an integral and inseparable part of this Minister’s Regulation. compressor. storing and trading of oil and gas as referred to in Article 2 letter d is originating from: a. pressure release instrument. 14 . equipments from leakage and their tank from production and process emission treatment components. fugitive covering emission caused by leakage of valve. pump.

and/or d. the quality standard of emission originating from the process of blending of more than one (1) type of fuel as specified in Attachment III constituting an integral and inseparable part of this Minister’s Regulation. emission sources having the capacity below 100 hp. (2) The quality standard of emission from combustion sources as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a shall not apply to: a.c. emission sources operating cumulatively less than 1000 hours per annum. (3) For emission originating from combustion process at the capacity < 25 MW or other equivalent units using gas fuel: 15 . emission sources used for purposes of emergency. b. emission sources used to move a crane and welding equipment as well as energy source for the purpose of oil or gas drilling activities. repair or maintenance activities that accumulatively take place less than 200 hours per annum. c.

5% weight. 16 . the quality standard for sulfur dioxide parameter as specified in Attachment I points 1. Article 5 (1) Persons in charge of businesses and / or activities shall report any emission sources not included in the emission sources as referred to in Article 3. is not applied. (4) The quality unit standard of emission process originating as specified from in flaring combustion Attachment I point 1. to 1.c. shall not apply for pilot flaring and flaring of activities of well drilling and maintenance.d.a to 1. and b.a.c is not applied. gas casing and gas migration from oil well and storage tank. the quality as standard specified for in particulate Attachment I total points parameter 1.a. if the sulfur content in the fuel is less than or equal to 0. (2) The quality standard for emission sources as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be stipulated by the Minister based on the emission quality standards as referred to in Article 4 by considering the suitability of characteristics of emission sources.

b. c. identification of emission source and the process causing the emission to occur. emission management. c. d. description of the method applied for calculating the emission load. emission inventorying.Article 6 Any person in charge of oil and natural gas business and / or activity as referred to in Article 2 shall conduct: a. 17 . Article 7 (1) Emission inventorying as referred to in Article 6 letter a covers the activities of: a. and e. emission monitoring. reporting of the result of emission monitoring. including the name or code used for identification of emission source. coordinate point and parameter of main emission produced from emission source. handling of air pollution emergency. calculation of emission load of key parameter and CO2 from all emission sources available in the authorized area of activity. b.

d. documentation of proofs that can show the correctness of activity data calculation used to support the calculation of emission load. and f. emission factor. carbon content. the method of emission load measuring. e. oxidation and conversion factors for each emission source. 18 . oxidation factor and conversion of each emission source. emission factor. recording and description of the data of activity. description sample or of the approach to used for taking net analyzing determine the calorific value. or b. (2) The calculation of emission load as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (1) letter b shall be conducted by using: a. the method of emission load calculation. of which the emission load is calculated. (3) The method of emission load calculation as referred to in paragraph (2) shall obtain the Minister’s approval.

19 . providing. maintenance and repair of the facilities and infrastructures and ensuring covering that all prevention. designation of persons in charge of activities of emission inventorying. b. treatment systems are well-operating so that the emission disposed in normal condition meets the quality standard.Article 8 (1) The management of emission as referred to in Article 6 letter b shall consist of: a. providing. monitoring and reporting of emission source and handling of air pollution emergency. c. and maintenance repair facilities infrastructures of air pollution control. management of sources potential as fugitive emission sources by inventorying and calculation of pollution load from fugitive emission sources and checking. operation. maintenance to and repair and of equipments regularly prevent reduce emission of fugitive sources. management. recording and filing of records or log books relating and to activities of of operation. and d.

(2) In performing emission management as referred to in paragraph (1). (3) The prohibition as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b shall not apply to venting from gas casing. gas driven injection pumps. gas-driven pneumatic device. well completion / treatment / stimulation / work over / testing / offloading. pig launcher / receiver. intentionally not in open pit. and b. disposing associated gas directly by venting. except at the Minister’s permission. production storage tank. (4) Any person in charge of oil and natural gas business and / or activity shall be required to completely document the reasons for conducting venting based on risk analysis and system integrity. compressor ancillary system. and pressure relief valves. breather valves. the person in charge of business and / or activity shall be prohibited from: a. conducting open combustion of hydrocarbon fluid or solid or materials container. drum including associated hydrocarbon fluid in soil flare and combustion for training of fire fighting in the area of fire training ground. compressor seal system. 20 . gas migration from oil and gas well.

Article 9 The emission monitoring as referred to in Article 6 letter c shall be conducted by: a. shall stacks install with and the operate CEMS in one of the load highest pollution of MW. CEMS. is already in operation or in construction phase upon stipulation of this Minister’s Regulation. or b. 21 . Article 10 (1) Any oil and gas business and / or activity that: a. manual. combustion process with fossil fuel operating continuously at the capacity over 25 MW. originating process at from the based emission capacity on the source over 25 combustion which in is the calculated emission load initial phase of installing plan. b. will be built after this Minister’s Regulation has been stipulated shall install and operate CEMS in the emission source stack by: 1.

O2. and 4. 3. 3. CO and flow rate and calculating CO2 and Total Particulate for emission source of fluid catalytic cracking unit catalyst regenerator. NOx. O2. Opacity. combustion process with fossil fuel at the capacity over 25 MW or less than 25 MW with sulfur content in the fuel over 2% and operating continuously. 2. absorber water treatment system for activity of oil processing unit and LNG Refinery. NOx. 22 . Opacity. sweetening unit in the activity of onshore natural gas processing. SO2.2. fluid catalytic cracking unit catalyst and regenerator. (2) Any persons in charge of businesses and / or activities conducting emission monitoring as referred to in Article 9 letter a shall: a. SO2 and flow rate for emission source of claus sulfur recovery plant. carbon sulfur in recovery waste plant. CO and flow rate and calculating CO2 and Total Particulate for emission source of combustion process. install an instrument in CEMS that can monitor and measure the parameters of: 1. SO2.

O 2. b. e. 23 . hydrocarbon and flow rate for emission source of absorber carbon process for in waste of water oil treatment system activities processing unit and LNG refinery. provide and operate monitoring facilities and / or sampling by in considering taking. or 5. prepare and keep document / manual of quality control and quality assurance to guarantee the CEMS data quality IV produced as an specified integral in and Attachment constituting inseparable part of this Minister’s Regulation. data validity and work safety.4. flow rate for emission source and sweetening unit in the activity of onshore natural gas processing. NOx. c. d. CO parameters and Flow Rate. calculate the average result of monitoring in the average hours with the unit adjusted to the unit of quality standard for SO2. the aspects of of convenience data representation samples taken. calculate the average result of monitoring in the average hours with the unit adjusted to the quality standard unit for opacity and temperature parameters in the average per minute.

b. cause of event. c. Article 11 (1) The data of CEMS monitoring result shall be considered valid if: a. CEMS is operated according to the specification of performance as written in the manual. complaints of public and handling effort no longer than three (3) work days after the abnormal condition has occurred. 24 . and h. and adjustment conducted. the field name. there is no part of CEMS not functioning. repair and maintenance. CEMS is operated according to the criteria of quality assurance written in the manual. facility / unit.f. including digital record and / or chart record. keep and document the original record relating to activities of calibration. keep the data as referred to in letter f and letter g at the shortest for five (5) years. g. document abnormal condition by explaining the date of commencement of event.

f. and j. 25 . i. calibration or zero drift check of the monitoring instrument is conducted according to the schedule written in the manual. the average daily data consist of at least 18 valid data in the average per hour. the average data per one (1) hour consist of at least 75 percent of the result of valid data reading.d. h. the average data per one (1) minute consist of at least 75 percent of the result of valid data reading. the average data are calculated based on valid data. the emission source is operating or producing the pollutant according to the parameter monitored. (2) The data of CEMS monitoring result meet the quality standard if 95% or more of the data of result of daily average measure for 3 months meet the quality standard. g. calibration or zero drift of the gauge does not exceed 2x calibration drift performance specification. e.

2. 570 KW up to 3 MW or any other unit equivalent thereto. combustion process by the design capacity: 1. at least once (1) in six (6) b. 3.Article 12 (1) The emission monitoring as referred to in Article 9 letter b shall apply for emission originating from: a. production process. record and document of the data of activity or / condition facility operation emission source such as the quantity of fuel used per time unit. conducted months. conducted at least once (1) in three (3) years. total electric power produced per time unit 26 . conducted at least once a (1) year. smaller or equal to 570 KW or any other unit equivalent thereto. (2) Any persons in charge of businesses and / or activities conducting monitoring as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be required to: a. greater than 3 MW or other equivalent unit. conducted at least once in six (6) months.

if the emission source is relating to combustion process. operational time. document the date of sampling. document any abnormal condition by explaining the date of commencement / unit. d. and of event. representation of the samples taken. net calorific value of fuel. but using Sulfur content parameter in fuel as quality standard. of field name. name of person in charge of sampling or analysis. measure the sulfur content in fossil fuel once every six (6) months for emission sources not using SO2 emission quality standard. c. b.if relating to combustion process for producing electricity. sulfur content of fuel (% weight). e. provide and operate the facilities of monitoring and / or sampling by considering the aspect of convenience in data taking. and 27 . and heat input. public maximum facility complaints cause incident. laboratory conducting the sampling. data validity and work safety. for management effort three (3) work days after the abnormal condition occurs.

the report of result of daily average monitoring. letter c. the report of period and amount of parameter content resulting from measure in excess of the quality standard. 28 . 2. letter d and letter f. 5. result of emission inventorying as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (1) letter a. the report of summary of abnormal condition as referred to in Article 10 paragraph (2) letter g.b. 4. keep the result of laboratory analysis and document of sampling method and / or method used by laboratory for sample analyzing.. the report of period of non-operating CEMS. b. 3. Article 13 (1) The reporting to in of emission 6 monitoring letter d result as the referred Article includes reports of: a. letter b. result of CEMS monitoring according to the reporting format as specified in Attachment V.f. the report of grounds of measure result in excess of the quality standard. covering: 1.

29 . and c. quarterly for the result of CEMS monitoring as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b.a. Article 14 The handling of air pollution emergency as referred to in Article 6 letter e includes: a. six (6) monthly for the result of manual monitoring and the summary of abnormal condition as referred to in paragraph (1) letter c.c. annually for the result of emission inventorying as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a. (2) The persons in charge of business and / or activity shall report the result of monitoring as referred to in paragraph (1) to the Minister with the copy to the governor. organizational structure. result abnormal of manual monitoring according and to summary of condition the reporting format as specified in Attachment V. regent / mayor and agency assigned in oil and natural gas sector at least: a. role and responsibility and mechanism of decision making. description handling of on the organization including responsible for emergency. b.

training. procedure emergency.c hereto. notification to the Minister with copy to the governor. and f. and recovery of infrastructures and facilities. performing emergency handling according to the prescribed procedure. regent / mayor and agency assigned in oil and natural gas sector. Article 15 If the result of study on Environment Impacts Analysis (AMDAL) for oil and natural gas business and / or 30 . including activities of saving and evacuating the victims. for analyzing the risk and response to c. fulfillment of basic requirements. in case of emergency no longer than 1x24 hours and the written report no longer than 7x24 hours after the incident according to Attachment V. protection. d. evaluation and modification of emergency plan. saving. procedure for conducting test. procedure. including detailed description of the equipments and location.b. warning procedure and communication system. properties. e. description on the plan and procedure of emergency response. management of refugees.

the quality standard of emission of immobile sources required by AMDAL shall apply. Article 17 This Minister’s Regulation shall come into effect one (1) year commencing as of the date of stipulation.activity requires any stricter quality standard of emission from immobile sources than the quality standard of emission of immobile sources as referred to in the Attachment hereto. Article 16 This Minister’s Regulation coming into effect. Decree of the State Minister of of Environment of Number and 129/2003 Natural on Gas Quality Standard Emission Oil Business and / or Activity shall be revoked and declared null and void. signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original 31 . Stipulated in Jakarta on: 24th April 2009 STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT.

Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance. signed Ilyas Asaad 32 .

2005 or Method 6.2005 SNI 197117. > 570 KWth Oil Total Particulate Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 800 150 500 SNI 197117.10.12.10.Attachment I Regulation of State Minister of Environment Number : 13/2009 Date : 24th April 2009 EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD OF OIL AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY EMISSION SOURCE OF COMBUSTION PROCESS 1.2005 SNI 197117.2005 SNI 19-7117. < 570 KWth Oil Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 Carbon Monoxide (CO) 2.3.52005 1000 SNI 19-7117. CAPACITY FUEL PARAMETER CONTENT (mg/Nm ) 1.a.52005 3 METHOD 33 .1. Quality Standard of Emission of Combustion Process from Combustion Engine In MAXIMUM No. 400 600 SNI 197117.

52005 or Method 7.2005 or Method 3.6C USEPA Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 Carbon Monoxide (CO) 600 1000 SNI 19-7117.2005 or Method 3. 7E USEPA SNI 197117. 3A and 3B USEPA Gas Total Particulate Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 150 50 SNI 197117. 6C USEPA Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 Carbon Monoxide (CO) 500 400 SNI 19-7117.10.1.2005 SNI 197117. 34 .3.12. 3A and 3B USEPA Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and all parameters are corrected by O2 at 13%.2005 or Method 6.52005 or Method 7. 7E USEPA SNI 197117.10.

112005 Total Particulate 50 SNI 19-7117.122005 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 650 SNI 19-7117. FUEL PARAMETER CONTENT (mg/Nm ) Total Particulate 100 SNI 19-7117.1. 7E USEPA Opacity 20% SNI 19-7117.12005 or Method 6.52005 or Method 7.3.3.12005 Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 320 SNI 19-7117. Oil Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 450 SNI 19-7117.12005 or Method 6. 6C USEPA 1. Quality Standard of Emission of Combustion Process from Gas Turbine MAXIMUM No.3. 35 .52005 or Method 7. 7E USEPA 3 METHOD Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and all parameters are corrected by O2 at 15% in dry condition.b. 6C USEPA 2.122005 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 150 SNI 19-7117. Gas Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 150 SNI 19-7117.

12005 or Method 6. Oil Total Particulate 150 SNI 19-7117. 36 .3.112005 2. 6C USEPA Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 400 SNI 19-7117. Gas Total Particulate 50 SNI 19-7117.52005 or Method 7.1. Quality Standard of Emission of Combustion Process from Boiler. 6C USEPA Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) stated as NO2 800 SNI 19-7117. Steam Generator. 7E USEPA Opacity 20% SNI 19-7117. Process Heater.c.112005 3 METHOD Note: 1.12005 or Method 6. Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere).122005 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 1200 SNI 19-7117.3.52005 or Method 7. FUEL PARAMETER CONTENT (mg/Nm ) 1.122005 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 150 SNI 19-7117. Heat Treater MAXIMUM No. 7E USEPA Opacity 20% SNI 19-7117.

All parameters are corrected by O2 at 5% for oil fuel in dry condition except for opacity.2. signed Ilyas Asaad 37 . All parameters are corrected by O2 at 3% for gas fuel in dry condition except for opacity. 3. 1.7117. Quality Standard of Emission of Combustion Process from Flaring Unit MAXIMUM CONTENT No. signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original. PARAMETER Opacity (%) 40 METHOD SNI 19. 1. Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance.d.11-2005 STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT.

<2 2-10 10-50 >50 70% 85% 95% 97% Method of measuring of Sulfur Feed Rate and Efficiency Recovery using USEPA 40 CFR Part 60 subpart 60. 38 .644 method or equivalent method approved by the State Minister of Environment. RATE (TON/DAY) MINIMUM SULFUR RECOVERY (%) METHOD 1. 2. Quality Standard of Emission of Sulfur Catching Unit SULFUR FEED No. 4.a.Attachment II Regulation of State Minister of Environment Number : 13/2009 Date : 24th April 2009 EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD OF OIL AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY EMISSION SOURCE OF PRODUCTION PROCESS 2. 3.

1. Quality Standard of Emission of Glycol Dehydration Release Unit No.12005 METHOD Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and dry condition and O2 correction at 0%. Quality Standard of Emission of Sulfur Thermal Oxidation Unit EMISSION No. PARAMETER VOC as Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD Efficiency of processing of Emission of hydrocarbon content of minimum 95%.c. PARAMETER QUALITY STANDARD (mg/Nm3) 1. 2. Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 2600 SNI 19-7117.b.8 kg VOC as TPH per mscf hydrated gas averaged for 24 hours EPA Method 8260 Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and dry condition and O2 correction at 0%. or METHOD Calculation of Mass Balance 0.2.3. 39 .

7E USEPA 4. Nitrogen Oxide (NO2) 1000 SNI 19-7117. Particulate Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 400 1500 SNI 19-7117. Particulate Reduced Sulfur Content 400 450 SNI 19-7117. PARAMETER QUALITY STANDARD (mg/Nm3) METHOD 1.5.5. Nitrogen Oxide (NO2) 1000 SNI 19-7117.2005 or Method 6. 7E USEPA 40 . 2. Quality Standard of Emission of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Catalyst Regenerator No.e.1.2005 SNI 19-7117. Hydrocarbon 200 - Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and dry condition and O2 correction at 0%. 2.7.3.12. 2.12.2005 or Method 7.2005 SNI 19-7117.2005 3.2.d. Quality Standard of Emission of Claus Sulfur Recovery Plant for system not completed with gas incinerator No. 6C USEPA 3.2005 or Method 7. PARAMETER QUALITY STANDARD (mg/Nm ) 3 METHOD (%) 1.

Nitrogen Oxide (NO2) 1000 SNI 19-7117. 2. Quality Recovery Standard Plant of for Emission system of Claus Sulfur gas completed with incinerator No.4.12.2005 or Method 6.5. PARAMETER QUALITY STANDARD (mg/Nm3) METHOD 1. 2.1.2005 or Method 7.f. 7E USEPA 4.2005 Note: 1. 6C USEPA 3. carbonyl sulfide (COS) and Carbon disulfide (CS2). Hydrocarbon Particulate 200 400 SNI 19-7117. 41 . 5. Hydrocarbon 200 Note: Gas volume is measured in standard condition (25°C and compression 1 of atmosphere) and all parameters are corrected by O2 at 0%. 2.3. Result of measuring is stated in dry condition and O2 correction at 0%.12.2005 SNI 19-7117. Particulate Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 400 1500 SNI 19-7117. Reduced Sulfur Content is hydrogen sulfide (H2S).

signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original. Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance. signed Ilyas Asaad 42 .STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT.

Calculation example: Oil refinery activity for boiler unit at the capacity less than 25 MW. if fuel blending is conducted. BME(x.f1) * Q(f1)) + (BME(x.f2) = Emission quality standard of parameter x. Q(f2) Qt = Actual heat of fuel f2 supplied to the system = Total energy requirement.f2) * Qf2))] / Qt Notes: BME(x.m) = Emission quality standard for parameter x. Q(f1) = Actual heat of fuel f1 supplied to the system.m) = [(BME(x. using mix fuel between gas (fuel 1= f1) and oil (fuel 2= f2) with the composition as follows: 43 . BME(x.Attachment III Regulation of State Minister of Environment Number : 13/2009 Date : 24th April 2009 EMISSION QUALITY STANDARD OF FUEL BLENDING ACTIVITY (MIX FUEL) BME(x. for f1 fuel. for f2 fuel.f1) = Emission quality standard of parameter x.

Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance. signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original. STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT.Total Energy requirement Actual energy supply of gas fuel Actual energy supply of oil fuel Qt : Q(f1): Q(f2): 5*106 KCal 2*106 KCal 3*106 KCal Emission quality standard for boiler in activity of Oil Processing Unit – parameter of gas fuel particulate (see table of Emission quality standard in Oil activity) BME(f1) : 0 mg/Nm3 Emission quality standard for boiler in activity of Oil Processing Unit – parameter of oil fuel particulate (see table of Emission quality standard in Oil activity) [0* 2*106] 180 mg/Nm3 BME(f2) : 300 mg/Nm3 BME(particulate.m) = = + [300* 3*106] / 5*106 The same calculation method is also conducted for other parameters. signed Ilyas Asaad 44 .

Report 13. Facilities.Attachment IV Regulation of State Minister of Environment Number : 13/2009 Date : 24th April 2009 DOCUMENT OF MANUAL OF QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE Part I: Quality Control and Quality Assurance Plan 1. Corrective action program 12. Method and procedure: data analysis and acquisition 7. Organizational structure and person in charge 5. Document control system 3. Textbooks equipments and inventorying of spare of CEMS regulation and CEMS system 45 . Maintenance: preventive 9. Audit system 10. Calibration and supervision of Quality Control 8. Audit performance 11. Policy and objective of Quality Control and Quality Assurance 2. Reference description 4. parts 6.

Part II: Standard Operating Procedure 1. signed Ilyas Asaad 46 . Procedure of Audit System 8. Form STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT. Procedure of preventive care 5. CEMS specification and regulation reference B. Procedure of Back Up Data 9. Training Procedure 10. Procedure of Data Reporting Attachment: A. Daily CEMS system inspection / preventive care 3. Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance. Test reference method C. Audit 1 procedure: gas cylinder audit 6. CEMS Security System 11. Calibration procedure 4. signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original. Audit 2 procedure: relative accuracy test audit 7. Start up and operation 2.

: : : : : ACTIVITY ADDRESS Road Regency/Municipality Province Tel. Manual Monitoring of Emission REPORT OF MANUAL MONITORING OF EMISSION OF IMMOBILE SOURCES FOR OIL AND NATURAL GAS BUSINESS AND / OR ACTIVITY PERIOD: SEMESTER [ ] OF [ ] COMPANY’S IDENTITY COMPANY NAME COMPANY ADDRESS Road Regency/Municipality Province Tel./Fax.Length x Width .a.Height Fuel Capacity Sulfur Content in Fuel : : : Operational Time (hours) : : : : 47 .Diameter ./Fax.Attachment V Regulation of State Minister of Environment Number : 13/2009 Date : 24th April 2009 REPORTING FORMAT OF MONITORING OF EMISSION AND EMERGENCY OF AIR POLLUTION OF OIL AND NATURAL GAS ACTIVITY AND / OR BUSINESS V. No. : : : : IDENTITY OF EMISSION SOURCE Name of Emission Source : Type of Emission Source : Name/Code of Stack Dimension of Stack . No.

4. 2. Carbon Monoxide (CO) 5. Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) 3. DATE OF INCIDENT DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT 1. Total Particulate 4. 3. PUBLIC COMPLAINT EFFORT OF HANDLING QUALITY CONCENTRATION Corrected2 STANDARD Measured1 Note: Attach the Result of Laboratory Analysis [ ]. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 6. Flow Rate (v) mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 % % m/second SUMMARY OF ABNORMAL INCIDENT No. Oxygen (O2) 8. Opacity 7. 48 . Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 2. 20[ ] Person in Charge of Activity ([ ]) 1 Measured concentration is concentration measured directly and manually before oxygen correction is conducted. 2 Concentration adjusted to oxygen correction factor.Date of Sampling: Testing Laboratory: MONITORING RESULT NO PARAMETER UNIT ANALYZING METHOD 1.

: : : : IDENTITY OF EMISSION SOURCE Name of Emission Source Type of Emission Source Name/Code of Stack Dimension of Stack .Diameter .V. : : : : : ACTIVITY ADDRESS Road Regency/Municipality Province Tel.Length x Width . Data percentage exceeding quality standard is the excess number of data divided by total daily data stated in percentage (%).b./Fax. 49 . Monitoring of Emission by CEMS REPORT OF MONITORING BY CEMS OF EMISSION OF IMMOBILE SOURCES FOR OIL AND NATURAL GAS BUSINESS AND / OR ACTIVITY PERIOD: SEMESTER [ ] OF [ ] COMPANY’S IDENTITY COMPANY NAME COMPANY ADDRESS Road Regency/Municipality Province Tel. Date Daily average concentration (mg/Nm3) Daily average Flow Rate Data Percentage Exceeding Quality Standard NonOperating CEMS Percentage 5 Emission Source Operation Time (hours) (m/second) (%) 4 (%) 3 4 For stack having square section. No./Fax. No.Height 3 : : : Fuel Capacity Sulfur Content in Fuel : : : Operational Time (hours) : : : : MONITORING RESULT Parameter: [ ] No.

CEMS problem) per day stated in percentage (%). 3. 4. DATE OF INCIDENT DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT 1. 2. PUBLIC COMPLAINT EFFORT OF HANDLING [ ]. Date Daily average concentration 3 Daily average Flow Rate Data Percentage Exceeding Quality Standard NonOperating CEMS Percentage Emission Source Operation Time (hours) (mg/Nm ) (m/second) (%) (%) SUMMARY OF ABNORMAL INCIDENT No. 50 . 20[ ] Person in Charge of Activity ([ ]) 5 Percentage of non-operating CEMS is the duration of CEMS not operating (calibration.Parameter: [ ] No.

c. operation started. Email : : : SUMMARY OF INCIDENT Date of commencement of incident/time Location (specify the field name) Facility / Unit (specify the brand./Fax.V. when? Is there any public complaint caused by this incident? Correction measure conducted Long-term correction measure (prevention) planned Note: attach handling procedure Person in Charge of Activity ([ ]) 51 . design and operational capacities) Description of emergency Cause of incident Is the incident able to overcome? If yes. Report of Emergency of Air Pollution Control FORMAT OF REPORT OF EMERGENCY OF AIR EMISSION OF OIL AND NATURAL GAS BUSINESS AND OR ACTIVITY COMPANY NAME: ACTIVITY ADDRESS Regency/Municipality : Province Tel. No. year made.

S. signed Ilyas Asaad Diterjemahkan dari naskah bahasa Inggris oleh Kintawati Purnomo.STATE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT. signed RACHMAT WITOELAR A true copy of its original.Pd. Deputy of MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT of Environment Compliance. 52 . 5226/1998.. penerjemah resmi dan bersumpah yang diangkat oleh Gubernur KDKI Jakarta dengan SK No.